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Microbes Play a Crucial Role in Farming, a Thirty Year Journey

by Desmond Jimenez, Chief Product Officer July was significant for NewLeaf Symbiotics and agriculture. We announced a long-term partnership with Joyn Bio. Together, New Leaf and Joyn will work collectively to accelerate our shared vision to bring economic innovation and ecological resilience to global agriculture. This alliance will explore opportunities combining New Leaf’s world-class microbial […]

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NewLeaf Symbiotics Named “Company of the Year” by Startup City

Recognized as a ground-breaking innovator making a big mark in agriculture ST. LOUIS, Sept. 18, 2019 – Startup City has named NewLeaf Symbiotics (NewLeaf) Company of the Year among the “15 Most Promising AgTech Startups 2019.” The list features companies that are at the forefront of the latest technological innovations addressing today’s agricultural challenges. “We’re […]

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New Product from NewLeaf Symbiotics Improves Corn Yield Terrasym® 408 Is the First Corn Product Launched

ST. LOUIS, July 18, 2019 – NewLeaf Symbiotics (NewLeaf) announced the launch of a new corn product, Terrasym 408. The fourth product in NewLeaf’s Terrasym portfolio, Terrasym 408 continues the company’s successful track record of developing products based on a unique class of beneficial microbes known as M-trophs. Terrasym 408 improves early stage root development […]

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Joyn Bio and NewLeaf Symbiotics Join Forces in $75M Deal AgTech

Leaders to develop novel microbes for sustainable agriculture over seven-year technology collaboration CHICAGO, July 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, at AgTech Nexus USA, NewLeaf Symbiotics and Joyn Bio announced a long-term partnership valued at up to $75M to bring innovation and sustainability to modern agriculture with a new class of microbes that benefit crop health and protection. Through this deal, Joyn, an ag-biotech company engineering microbes […]

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Seventh Generation American Farmer Brings New Tools

by Matt Helms Today, on this special day for all Americans, we celebrate with family and friends at backyard barbeques.  This classic American tradition touches me and my family personally. Growing up on a seven-generation Illinois family farm, I experienced the dynamics of agriculture at the farm level, including margin pressure, finding qualified and motivated […]

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